Faith and Water Challenge Week 2 - Hebrews 4:12
It's WEEK 2! Along with drinking 64 ounces of water per day, we are memorizing Hebrews 4:12, which tells us that the Word of God is living, powerful and so sharp that separates our thinking and emotions from our spirit. Ready? Set? Learn and share! Our mid-week check-in will be WEDNESDAY. But if you learn it before, remember to tag me! The #FaithandWater Challenge is easy! Just memorize and meditate on our weekly scripture(s) and drink at least 64 ounces of water a day. For a
Honey, I Lost My Keys!
After dropping the girls off at school a few weeks ago, I decided to go shopping for a some new home decor items. Because it was a spur of the moment decision, I grabbed my small wrist wallet, which only had enough room for my house keys, a single car key and, of course, my cell phone. I arrived at the shopping plaza, parked and after departing my car, I pushed the lock button on my key fob and entered the first store. I shopped for a bit then walked next door to another stor
He's Not There!
Today, Resurrection Sunday, we recognize the death, burial AND (most importantly) resurrection of Jesus Christ. For Christians, the significance of this event fulfills the reason God sent His only son, Jesus the Christ, to earth: to be the perfect, final sacrifice, saving all from their sins. Long before the actual events, it was foretold that the Messiah would suffer and die and three days later, He would rise again. The prophecy was fulfilled! Jesus, who never sinned, was b
#CleanwithTC Challenge: Review
We are entering the third week of the #CleanwithTC Spring Cleaning Challenge!! Are you up to date with the activities? Are you just hearing of this, but want to join? It's not too late! Here is what we have done so far: Join today! Remember to tag me on Instagram using #CleanwithTC. You can also email your progress pics and videos. Let's have some fun! Selah! ~TC If you enjoyed reading this WHOAment, you may also like "#CleanwithTC: The Rules" I enjoy hearing from you. So, le
#CleanwithTC: The Rules
If Jesus (or anyone else) were to stop by your house unannounced, would you be able to freely invite Him (or them) in? Maybe? Maybe not? Well, let's do something to prepare both our spiritual and physical homes so we won't be embarrassed to welcome in any visitor! It's time for the #CleanwithTC Spring Cleaning Challenge! The rules are easy: Each week, we will focus on cleaning one room or area in our house. We will also memorize and meditate on one Bible verse. Simple enough
Follow the Leader
Have you ever watched the news and saw a report about people being brutally attacked or critically injured while vacationing or sightseeing? Whenever I hear these accounts, the first thing that comes to mind is usually 'How dumb! I bet they were in the roughest part of town, on a remote part of an island or in the deepest part of a forest. because they wanted to "explore" on their own. Nine times out of ten, I am right. For whatever the reason, these otherwise intelligent peo
Stuff ~N~ Thangs
Transparency Time: Over the past quarter or so, I allowed "stuff 'n' thangs" to overcast my regular schedule of writing and/or developing content for my WHOAments™ platform. For instance, I took on outside assignments and jobs which took priority over writing my WHOAments™ and for that, I apologize to God (foremost) and to you. (But I will say that you may have not received an email notification from me (if you aren't subscribed to www.tiffanyswhoaments.com), I didn't stop WH
Join today! It's simple: Wives, for the next 30 days, reverence your husbands. Husbands, for the next 30 days, love your wives. Share with me by tagging #WeddedChallenge on social media or email me to share your victories! Let's elevate our marriages in 2019! Selah! ~TC Remember to share! *Wives, what are you committing to do for the next 30 days to reverence your husband? *Husbands, what are you committing to do for the next 30 days to show love to your wife? #TiffanysWhoame
Recently, one of my girlfriends invited me to join her for coffee and some "girl time". Since she hadn't been to our new house, I invited her to come over. And as soon as she accepted I got excited and began planning for our time together. I tidied up, making sure everything was in its place and presentable. And rather than serve her the simple cup of coffee or tea we agreed upon, I decided that a small continental breakfast would be more suitable for my special guest. Ultima